Looking for a quick lunch place in San Gim, we were lured in by the informal menu and seeming cuteness. AVOID this place. They obviously survive by charging as much as possible for the least costly food they can get away with, knowing they don't have to depend on repeat customers. The crostini starter was served in plastic dishes and the cheese was obviously alouette from the supermarket. The beer was canned from Poland, and the 8 Euro pappardelle al cinghiale was about 20 cents of supermarket pasta with watery meat sauce and a few 1-cm pieces of bacon that may or may not have been wild boar thrown in. The cutlery and drinking cups were plastic. The service was slow. I did not think it was possible to get a horrible meal in Tuscany until I ate at this total rip-off place. Hard to believe they are allowed to stay in business.
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